Georgia College athletics recently won the Peach Belt Conference Student Athlete Advisory Committee Challenge Award. This award is given to one institution in the Peach Belt Conference every year based on several factors such as academics and community engagement.
Self-proclaimed sport fanatic Kayla Brockway joined the Georgia College volleyball team as a freshman. The now senior from Jacksonville, Florida, has played an important role on the team as the setter for her four-year career.
Record-setting Georgia College Baseball pitcher Charlie Hecht aspires to work in player operations of a major baseball league one day.
Decorated softball players Hannah and Holland Coursey graduate May 12. The twins both majored in accounting and will attend Georgia College to pursue their master's degrees this fall.
Major: Computer Science
The Peach Belt Conference (PBC) and Georgia College joined worldwide momentum creating an esport league that started this fall. The Peach Belt is the first NCAA Division II conference to hold an esports championship.
After spending most of his life as a strong runner, Silliman knew right off the bat that this was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up.
Nicole Humphries grew up looking up to her older sister, Kristen, who graduated in May 2015. It was Kristen’s experience at Georgia College that paved the way for Nicole.
The stands at Centennial Center were packed as more than 2,600 elementary and middle school students took part in the first Baldwin County Public Schools Day at Georgia College. They cheered as they watched the men’s and women’s basketball games Dec. 16